About the author
Harry joined InfoChoice Group in November 2022. With a degree in economics from the University of Queensland, Harry is interested in topics such as inflation and GDP, and is passionate about keeping Australians informed on the external factors that impact their personal finances.
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More than half of units across Australia are cheaper to buy than rent
More than half (55%) of units across Australia are cheaper to buy than rent, according to a new report.
Michele Bullock: Price increases due to excess demand
RBA Governor Michele Bullock says inflation in Australia is now coming from domestic demand rather than supply issues, and suggested this could mean more cas...
Exploring Shared Mortgages: Pros and Cons with Friends or Family
Teaming up with your sister or your best mate might seem like a great way to double your borrowing power and get on the property ladder sooner, but there&rsq...
Palaszczuk Government doubles grant for first home buyers in Queensland
The Palaszczuk government will now contribute $30,000 to eligible first home buyers for the purchase or construction of new properties valued at less than $7...
Home loan rate wrap, 13-17 November
In the second week following the November monetary policy decision, the onslaught of lenders upping mortgage rates has continued.
The nation's capital extends stamp duty exemption threshold by $100k
People buying off-the-plan apartments or townhouses in Canberra valued at less than $800,000 will not have to pay stamp duty after the changes take effect.
Which lenders moved home loan rates immediately after the RBA decision?
After Tuesday's RBA decision, BOQ, AMP and loans.com.au are among the lenders who have already upped home loan rates.
Is the latest RBA hike one too many for mortgage holders?
The Treasurer said a 25 basis point rate hike will make life hard for Aussies "already doing it tough", but an economist says the "harsh reali...
RBA increases rates to 4.35%
A 25 basis point increase means the cash rate is now at 4.35%, the highest since November 2011.
Home loan rate changes, October 30th-November 3rd
Some of Australia's biggest lending institutions moved home loan rates this week, both up and down, ahead of Tuesday's RBA meeting.
What does the future have in store for RBA rate rises?
While every RBA meeting is a potential surprise, there are enough experts in the know and other market indicators out there to give Aussies at least an idea ...
Property prices rebound to pre-rate hiking peak
Australian property prices rose another 0.9% through October, and despite some signs of the rate of growth slowing, underlying conditions point to affordabil...